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Tantra (तन्त्र Tantra) is a Sanskrit meaning textile, the Hindu Shakti sacred scriptures (sutras) transmitted from India to around 800 years (some kind of tantra was already made in the 7th century) in the Shiva divine Worship the princess' sexual power (śakti).
There are 64 kinds or 192 kinds.
Furthermore, it includes regulations on practical rules of practice, including the ways of ensuring God and specific methods.
The idea of Tantra exists in Hinduism, Bonnism, Buddhism, Jainism in common.
Tantra was transferred to South Asia, Tibet, Mongolia, China, Korea, Japan, Cambodia, Myanmar, Indonesia in various forms.
Tantrism is a collective term in the West of the Indian mysticism sect which considers the scripture called Tantra regardless of Brahminism (Hinduism) or Buddhism (Esoteric religion).
This name is exactly the same story as collectively referring to the ancient Indian vedas as Brahmanism (Brahmanism), with words that were made in the West to represent the similar groups collectively and collectively Yes, it is not a word referring to a specific cult.
Of course, they are not self-describing like this.
In addition, "Tantra" itself is also a new designation of the general scripture spreading gradually in India after the AD, not a word referring to a specific scripture.
It originated from the Aramaic Brahminism of North India (now Kashmir region) around the 1st and 2nd century.
It began to spread in southern India after the 7th - 8th century, and in the 9th - 12th century, it influenced Shiva, Vishnu, Buddhist ideas greatly. Late Indian Buddhism (Buddhism), and Tibetan Buddhism also incorporate Tantra philosophy as a basic philosophy.
Actually, there were not religious groups called Tantra, but people with a Tantra way of thinking (Tantra philosophy, Tantric).
"Great consciousness" can be interpreted as both "Creator" and "Space" as "God", but the connection with "Self" is a given to all people regardless of a specific person or hierarchy, grace The idea is that.
The basis of this idea is that "every existence has beauty, goodness, there is grace from the connection to the living existence itself".
Tantra (तन्त्र Tantra) is a Sharctarian scripture group that prescribes the doctrine of Shakati (sexuality) in Hinduism that is similar to the concept of feminine dynamism compared to Shinto (Shiva).
It is the common name of the late esoteric scripture established after the 8th century (also, in general, the esoteric scripture may be regarded as a tantra).
Tantra means Sanskrit, meaning weaving, warp, continuous, etc., and implies that it is a classical register showing a secret that does not appear in the scriptures.
The presence of religious literature, Tantra, was introduced to the West around the end of the 18th century by Christian missionaries who visited India, and later the word, Tantrisism (tantraism) was born.
Today, Western researchers use the term tantrism as a term to refer to certain pan-Indian religious forms found in parts of Hindu, Buddhist and Jain religions (That's not what the Tantrists are calling themselves).
It may be said that people in countries other than India have developed their own interpretations of doctrines?
In the form of a half walk alone.